Design Indaba

Design Indaba

'Through Where Art Thou, Persad wanted to challenge the common perceptions about South Africa. To do this she engaged artists whose work had a social, political, or cultural connection to South Africa.'

QWEAR.COM

QWEAR.COM

'Terhys describes the first season as “looking for dope shit that doesn’t repeat the well worn narratives of Mandela, safaris, and wine.” As a queer woman of color, Terhys recognizes the lack of representation of marginalized people in arts and film. She believes in engaging artists and crew who identify as women, gender non-conforming people, LGBTQ, people of color, and low income.'

NetTVNow.com

NetTVNow.com

'Where Art Thou features a different contemporary artist and theme in each episode, in which the art and society of South Africa is featured. While shedding light on the culture of the country, audiences will get to meet internationally renowned and burgeoning South African artists such as Buhlebezwe Siwani, Dean Hutton and Thania Petersen, through episode interviews.